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Jug

Date:
ca. 1400
Geography:
Made in Todi, Italy
Culture:
Italian
Medium:
Earthenware, tin-glaze (Majolica)
Dimensions:
Overall: 10 7/8 x 11 1/4 x 9 15/16 in. (27.6 x 28.6 x 25.2 cm)
Classification:
Ceramics
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1916
Accession Number:
16.154.7
Not on view
Elia Volpi, Florence
Art treasures and antiquities formerly contained in the famous Davanzati Palace, Florence, Italy, which together with the contents of his Villa Pía were brought to America by their owner Professor Commendatore Elia Volpi. New York: American Art Association, November 21–28, 1916. no. 684, ill.

Riccetti, Lucio, ed. 1909 tra collezionismo e tutela: Connoisseur, antiquari e la ceramica medievale orvietana. Perugia and Orvieto: Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria, 2010. no. 8.1.17, p. 468.

Riccetti, Lucio. "J. Pierpont Morgan e Alexandre Imbert: La scoperta e la fortuna della ceramica medievale orvietana intorno al 1909." In 1909 tra collezionismo e tutela: Connoisseur, antiquari e la ceramica medievale orvietana, edited by Lucio Riccetti. Perugia and Orvieto: Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria, 2010. pp. 93, 96, 136, fig. 27, (as cat. no. 8.1.17).



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